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Texas Rangers, TheTexas Rangers, The (1936)
Dir. King Vidor
Feat. Fred MacMurray, Jack Oakie, Jean Parker
High–end, intricately plotted Western from King Vidor about three outlaws in a scheme to pose as Texas Rangers and gain the advantage in…
Princess Comes Across, ThePrincess Comes Across, The (1936)
Dir. William K. Howard
Feat. Carole Lombard, Fred MacMurray, Douglas Dumbrille
Carole Lombard, playing a Swedish princess on the sly, falls for Fred MacMurray on board an ocean liner. Romance–cum–murder mystery is…
Trail of the Lonesome Pine, TheTrail of the Lonesome Pine, The (1936) Recommended
Dir. Henry Hathaway
Feat. Fred MacMurray, Sylvia Sidney, Henry Fonda
This pioneering colour film is an engaging old–fashioned Western tale of loyalty, family and romance set against an age–old feud between…
Remember the NightRemember the Night (1940) Recommended
Dir. Mitchell Leisen
Feat. Barbara Stanwyck, Fred MacMurray, Beulah Bondi
Preston Sturges scripted this forgotten yuletide gem, about an assistant D.A. (MacMurray) who, feeling sorry for a glamorous jewel thief (Stanwyck),…
Double IndemnityDouble Indemnity (1944) Aro Favourite
Dir. Billy Wilder
Feat. Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Edward G. Robinson
The jewel in the crown of all things film noir has hardly dated an iota despite countless imitations. You'll savour each moment as…
Adventures of Ma and Pa Kettle, TheAdventures of Ma and Pa Kettle, The (The Egg and I, Further Adventures, Go to Town, On the Farm) (1947-1951)
Dir. Chester Erskine, Charles Lamont, Edward Sedgwick
Feat. Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray, Marjorie Main
The first four movies about the homespun, cornpoke hillbilly couple, drawn from Betty MacDonald's bestselling book 'The Egg and I'. Cheaply made, but…
There's Always TomorrowThere's Always Tomorrow (1956)
Dir. Douglas Sirk
Feat. Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, Joan Bennett
Resolute Sirk melodrama tugs at the heartstrings of a disenchanted family man whose chance encounter with an old–flame compels his children to…
Gun for a CowardGun for a Coward (1957)
Dir. Abner Biberman
Feat. Fred MacMurray, Jeffrey Hunter, Janice Rule
Character driven western with the tragic Jeffrey Hunter as a peaceful cowboy whose non–violent manner saddles him with a reputation for…
Shaggy Dog, TheShaggy Dog, The (1959)
Dir. Charles Barton
Feat. Fred MacMurray, Jean Hagen, Tommy Kirk
Fred MacMurray excels in this Disney live–actioner, playing a postman whose son accidentally transforms himself into a talking sheepdog with…
My Three Sons (TV Series)My Three Sons (TV Series) (1960) Recommended
Feat. Fred MacMurray, Don Grady, Stanley Livingston
One of the longest–running sitcoms in American television history (at 360 episodes), this 'family values' classic starred Fred MacMurray as a…

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